Passing the famous “Golden Gates” bridge and having made a stop on one of the observation decks to make photo, you will reach the place of incredible beauty, redwoods park – national monument of nature of Muir Woods. During the “Gold Rush”, when San Francisco started to grow and develop, it became clearly understandable that redwood is a good raw material for building. Then, the park was influenced by the local businessman William Kent who bought the forest land segment and donated these 295 acres to the federal government. Three years later, in 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt claimed this area as a national monument of nature. By the request of Kent, it was named after John Muir, famous protector of the environment. After Muir Woods tour go to the Napa Valley. In Indian “Napa” means “Land of Plenty”. This region with unique climate is the single place in the US, which produces branded dry wines and where the most famous vineyards of California are situated. The most popular sorts of grapes in Napa are Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, also Merlot and Pinot Noir are widely grown. In general, Napa Valley produces about 70 percent of all wines on the continent! You will be able to visit 3-5 wineries with tasting of wines, cheeses and pates. Duration: 9 hours. Price: $595 (1-3 person), $695 (4-6 person), more than 6 person – by request + tickets to the park + wine tasting. My vehicles: Honda Odyssey 2018, Mercedes Sprinter 2018, Toyota Camry 2017.